Electric Zoo announces ferocious phase two line-up additions: Alesso, Tiësto, Chris Lorenzo, Destructo, and more

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Made Event‘s titanic New York-based festival, Electric Zoo, is celebrating its tenth birthday this Labor Day Weekend, August 31st–September 2nd. To mark the momentous double-digit occasion, the wildlife-themed event has added two more headlining artists in Alesso and Tiësto to join the star-studded cast of talent that already tops the 2018 bill: KaskadeMarshmelloMartin Garrix, and Virtual Self.

Other notable acts joining on phase two include: Alexander Lewis, Bonnie x Clyde, Boogie T, Chris Lorenzo, Chuurch, Crankdat, Destructo, DNMO, Dubfire, G Jones, Habstrakt, Jauz, Kayzo, Lost Frequencies, Luzcid, Medasin, Party Favor, Petey Clicks, Space Jesus, Spencer Brown, Squnto, Stööki Sound, Whipped Cream, and YehMe2.

Electric Zoo’s ‘Big 10’ birthday bash will feature additional stages curated by Anjunabeats, Deadbeats, Hyperhouse, and Sunday School.

Tickets to Electric Zoo are currently on sale to the general public, and can be purchased here.

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Ekali & Medasin – Forever ft Elohim

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Ekali and Medasin teamed up with Elohim to produce a stunning new original, “Forever.” With heartwarming lyrics, dreamy chord progressions, and relaxed beats, “Forever” is a moving creation with a delicate feel, bound to stir the hearts of listeners across the world.

Elohim’s smooth, airy vocals add a soothing dimension over breathtaking instrumentation, as the renowned artists master a sound that is both uplifting and melodic.

Canadian producer, Ekali, is known for his distinct, harmonic future sound, and has garnered worldwide support for hits such as his mesmerizing collaboration with Zhu, “Blame,” as well as his alluring single, “Past Life.” With innovative American producer, Medasin, the team has engineered a track that will undoubtedly captivate fans upon first listen. Ekali and Elohim are set to make appearances at Coachella this weekend bringing passion into their performances that will surely be full of surprises.

Ekali & Medasin – “Forever” (Feat. Elohim)

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Ekali is Vancouver DJ/producer Nathan Shaw; perhaps you heard “Babylon,” his trap crusher with Denzel Curry? Medasin is an unnamed Dallas DJ/producer fresh out of his teens. They’re dropping a track together today ahead of Coachella this weekend, and it’s a thing of beauty. More »

Ekali, Medasin and Elohim Drop Chilled Out New Single Via OWSLA – ‘Forever’

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When I first realized that the new single Ekali would be dropping before Coachella was his long-awaited collaboration with Medasin and Elohim I was expecting something insanely heavy. The universe has a funny way of defying your expectations but delivering exactly what you need at the moment though. The new collaborative single called ‘Forever’ is

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It Appears Ekali x Medasin Collab Will Be Dropping Before Coachella

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Ekali has had a truly meteoric rise to glory over the past 2 years or so. The producer has found a niche with his exciting tracks which incorporate a wide array of styles, making for a truly unique sound. He has been billed for a set at the world famous, Coachella and has promised new

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Medasin convinced me that Post Malone isn’t a horror

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In what may come as a shock to my Twitter followers, parents, coworkers, and ex girlfriends, by the strictest of legal definitions, I am an adult. As such, it is with a humble heart and hat in hand that I make the following confession: I was wrong.

You see, dear reader, there is an argument that raged in DA‘s Slack channels, one that spread from isolated DMs to ignite everything up to our #Global missives. As this disagreement spread like sepsis in 19th century Washington D.C., noble heroes emerged on both sides.

I was solitary in what I thought was righteous certainty, faced down by a veritable legion led by Dancing Astronaut’s Editor in Chief, Alexandra Blair. In noble defiance, I jutted out my chin and exclaimed to the vapid, heedless horde: Post Malone is straight up bad!

From his blasé singles (carefully avoided on DSPs), shortsighted courtship of controversy, and his… “”aesthetic,”” I found nothing appealing about the artist whatsoever. Thus I hunkered down, comfortable in my choice of hill to die upon.

Like many campaigns, mine was done in by the unanticipated. Blindsided. Medasin came roaring into my flank and caught me completely unawares. To my, in  hindsight, detriment, I gave in to entreaties from the angelic few who wished to see this conflict end and listened to the Texas producer’s remix of Malone’s “I Fall Apart.”

The incredible rework’s moderate tempo is brought to life by thudding drums, interspersed with a walking electric piano and fuzzy synth waves, for a result that is measured and engaging. Indeed, its clever arrangement heightens Malone’s vocals — here, endlessly catchy — into a level of earnestness that couldn’t be imagined previously. All of a sudden, I knew every word and could not help but to dejectedly mumble along.

The stages of grief are well known, though acceptance, the final step, hurts that much more when one knows that this entire fiasco is their fault. I hoped this screed would exorcise those particular demons; yet I sit, with Medasin’s remix playing on repeat, and feeling none the better. Healing is a process, forgiveness is too, and I hope one day to again know a measure of peace.

Until then, I’m sorry, Post Malone. 🙁

Medasin unveils ‘IRENE’ preview mix

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As he gears up for the release of his new EP IRENE, Dallas-based producer Medasin treated fans to a mix that previews the 16-track collection, as well as his upcoming tour of the same name.

Clocking in at just under a half hour, the mix is a rough outline of what fans should expect from IRENE. The producer described it as a “pre ep ep” on SoundCloud before he puts the final touches on the tracks’ arrangement.

With this extensive, tantalizing glimpse in hand, fans are surely to be quite anticipatory of IRENE‘s proper release.

TRACKLIST:
1. intro
2. conspiracy theory
3. melody X
4. JOBA – sad saturdays (medasin remix)
5. melody X (house edit)
6. crack rock
7. hollowed
8. medasin & sakuraburst – ID
9. microdose
10. post malone – i fall apart (medasin remix instrumental)
11. zora’s domain
12. black
13. smallroomjam
14. beach trip
15. home
16. outro

Medasin Releases Full EP Mix Of 16 Unreleased Songs

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In anticipation of his IRENE headline tour this February, medasin has released a mix of 16 original and unreleased songs that he has been working on for the past two years. medasin said that “this is kind of the pre ep ep,” that he wanted to share with his fans. Featuring an intro and outro,

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Medasin Remixes Joji, Deadmau5 Approves and We Do Too

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Rarely does deadmau5 receive a track on stream that he likes. He genuinely critiques most, but he also roasts a fair share. An even bigger rarity, however, has to be deadmau5 liking a track by Joji — YouTube celebrity Filthy Frank’s rap persona. Nonetheless, with Medasin remixing the track, we’re not surprised to watch deadmau5

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Medasin Just Uploaded His Latest Sample Pack To Splice

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Medasin is constantly changing the music production game, one sample at a time. From deadmau5 to Kill The Noise, producers have been hitting up Medasin for his forward thinking sound design, texturing, and synth programming. After hitting #1 on the top downloads for his sample pack, Medasin makes his welcomed return to Splice Sounds with

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